After reading High Ross's "Beyond The Cosmos", I'm inclined to believe that God exists outside of or beyond time, but interacts with the 4 dimensions we live in.
In the latest episode I listened to, Craig suggests that God has a sort of "Hypothetical Knowledge" about what WOULD or COULD happen, in addition to having knowledge about what WILL happen. But this isn't clicking for me.
How could God have knowledge of something that is not? There wouldn't be anything to have knowledge of, right?
It seems to me that words like "if, could, would, possible, maybe" are all words we have to use because we are ignorant of something. But from God's perspective there is no "possible" or "maybe". Only what is and what is not. Unless you subscribe to open theism, which suggests that God does not really have foreknowledge. (I don't subscribe to this.)
Any thoughts or musings about this one? Does God in some way confine himself to time? Is there such a thing as "hypothetical knowledge"?